“Welcome To My House” is an interesting and
fun writing prompt. Students decorate their door, trim and glue it to a
sheet of white paper that they also trim. The door flips open to reveal their final draft of: “Welcome to my home for Christmas…”
students to use plenty of adjectives that involve their senses, to help
describe what a visitor might see, hear, taste and smell, as they enter their
home. I’ve included a completed sample to help you explain the lesson.
Students who don’t celebrate Christmas, can simply write a “Welcome to my home” for another celebration or holiday. Older students can type their final draft.
If you do a Christmas Around the World
theme, students can choose a country and welcome visitors to their
home in France, Sweden, Mexico etc. as they write from that point of
view. Completed projects make a lovely bulletin board.
Click on the link to get the Welcome To My House writing prompt craftivity.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com
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